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cloudy skies are in the forecast for sunday before a pacific storm system moves into arizona. subtropical moisture ahead of the storm is pumping into the state from the south. this is producing clouds and virga, or rain that evaporates before it hits the surface, during the morning and early afternoon hours. humidity is also increasing. by 2 p.m. sunday, we're bringing rain chances into the metro phoenix forecast. widespread rain is likely starting sunday evening and continuing through mid-morning monday. a half inch of rain is possible for valley communities, with the mountains northeast and northwest of metro phoenix possibley recieving about 1.50" of rain. snow levels are expected to
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about 6500 ft. west of flagstaff monday afternoon, and 7500 ft. east of flagstaff. the flagstaff area may recieve about one to two inches of snow monday afternoon and evening. winter driving conditions are expected. southwesterly winds will become breezy monday across the state. daytime highs will also take a tumble monday afternoon. look for lows sunday morning in the 50s and 60s for metro phoenix. highs will be in the upper 70s sunday afternoon. for monday, morning lows will be in the 50s with highs in the upper 60s. this storm system is a fast mover, so sunshine will return to arizona tuesday. daytime highs in the valley will remain in the upper 60s tuesday afternoon before sunshine and highs in the 70s
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a chandler family who is grieving the loss of a young mother who was hit and killed last week.. has some good news to share. according to the go-fund-me page for the family of "pamela hesselbacher".. . her 3-year-old son "ryan" is now out of the hospital.. and back home. "hesselbacher" and her two kids were hit by an accused red-light-runner a week ago.. as the family was walking in a crosswalk.. at ray and co "crossing the street when they were suppose to cross the street and something like this, unfortunate happening, it makes it that tough and its just one of those things that affects me personally." "hesselbacher's" one-year-old daughter "audrey" is in a coma at a valley hospital. the father of an american soldier recently killed in afghanistan... says he was "booed" by passengers on a plane... right here in phoenix. it happened when the flight
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pick up his son's remains. carissa plan-alp has more. (stewart perry, father) "it just takes me a moment to collect my emotions." he is a father mourning the loss of a son., at this service for sergeant john perry killed in afghanistan by a suicide bomber.... (stewart perry, father) "most importantly, i want people to know about the heroic thing that my son did." stewart perry says his son stumbled on the suicide bomber before the bomber could reach his target: a rs run. (stewart perry, father) "he would have killed 100, 200, who knows." perry says his son's death comes at a time military service is facing disrespect. he says his family was even booed on the flight to bring his son's body home. (stewart perry, father) "and to hear the reaction of the flight being delayed because of a gold star family, and the first class cabin booing that, was really
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it made us cry some more." perry says that's why the american flag is sacred for service members, not just a symbol for protests. (stewart perry, father) "it's not for protests it's for the death of the people who are saving us, that's what it's for." perry also called out recent presidential campaign rhetoric. (stewart perry, father) "one example would be donald trump speaking badly about a gold star family, who i now am and it also bothers me that people don't want to talk about terrorism that killed my kid." a soldier's death defending his country. leaving a father grieving his son. (stewart perry, father) "and my kid was over there to help put a stop to this garbage,
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family and friends gathered last night.. to remember a man hit and killed.. while riding his bike. "dale wensel" was killed last year.. after he was hit by a car.. near 43rd avenue and bethany home road. police say he was in the crosswalk at the time.. but the driver ignored the red light.. and hit him. that driver then took off. "wensel's" family says they're not losing hope.. that police will find the person responsible. "we're hopin w memory .. or maybe they told somebody what he did .. we're hoping to catch this person so we can have closure to this." the only thing the cops have left from that night are these photos. they believe this white ford van is responsible. if you have any information .. call glendale police or silent witness. call glendale police or silent witness. today... more than 15- hundred people will gather for a "community rememberence" event.
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share memories of their loved ones. the event begins at six tonight... at "steele indian school park".. and is free to the public. backing the badge.. that's what folks in fountain hills did yesterday.. as they dyed their iconic fountain blue. it is to honor the men and women who serve on the police force. it was put together by four people.. who hope to spark conversation about police officers. they wanted to dedicate an entire day to honoring it's the first time the fountain has ever been colored blue. it was just last month that phoenix welcomed a new police chief.. and the same can now be said about glendale. "glendale city manager kevin phelps" has appointed "rick st. john".. to be glendale's chief of police. he had been serving as interim police chief since july. "st. john" is from glendale.. and has served on the glendale police department.. for more than
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an a-s-u theatre teachers daily trips to mcdonald's to get ice tea.. turned into a trip of a
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who knew your daily tea fix could win you a trip.. to see the "late, late show with james corden?" there she is! that's "melissa montoya" and her family.. posing with "james cordon" himself. "montoya" won a trip to los angeles to see the show and meet the host.. as part of mcdonald's and coca-cola's "hashtag sip- share-win sweepstakes." customers were encouraged to post a selfie on twitter or instagram... featuring themselves with one of mcdonald's sci cups. "montoya" decided to enter the competiton just for fun.. but never thought she'd win! in addition to meeting "corden".. "montoya" and her family enjoyed a trip to l-a.. a two night hotel stay.. car service to and from the
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we've got a great show ahead for you this morning.. next... a couple of shocking stories involving kids... in one... a missing baby is found three states away... and in another... a toddler is found ina wrecked car... but not until the
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junkyard... the family of a texas toddler says she's partially paralyzed... after first responders missed her in the
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somehow overlooked the three-year-old. she was later found by the towing company.. which took the s-u-v to a junkyard. "the supervisor on the scene actually has done a walkaround the vehicle, looking inside, saw the car seat, the two back doors were not accessible, so he went to the passenger side door, it was open, so he reached inside and go hold of the car seat, there was no one in there. and there wasn't.." the girl was thrown to the jeep's floorboard... during the crash. "two adults were taken into custody and are currently being interviewed. and, the infant, baby sofia gonzalez, was recovered alive and is healthy ." a newborn who went missing after her mother was found murdered in their kansas home... has been found safe. baby sofia...
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old....was found in a home in dallas. police took two people into custody....and say they knew the family.. but the motive is unclear. a big day for the catholic church.. pope francis has appointed 17 new cardinals. many of them have a background in humanitarian work. the cardinals come from all over... like bangladesh and the central african republic. a church in milwaukee is giving back to its parish.. with gas. the "kingdom fellowship church" held a gas giveaway at a local gas station.. where some people waited almost two-hours for free gas. the pastor said the giveaway allowed them to spread some good.. when the country seems so filled with hate. let it snow! at least.. everywhere but here! this is what folks in minnesota woke up to. so much white.. you can barely see... which is causing
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roads. so far... more than 300 car crashes have been reported there. hopefully our arizona cardinals bundle up! they play the vikings today.. in minnesota. cloudy skies are in the forecast for sunday before a pacific storm system moves into arizona. subtropical moisture ahead of the storm is pumping into the state from the south. this is producing clouds and before it hits the surface, during the morning and early afternoon hours. humidity is also increasing. by 2 p.m. sunday, we're bringing rain chances into the metro phoenix forecast. widespread rain is likely starting sunday evening and continuing through mid-morning monday. a half inch of rain is possible for valley communities, with the mountains northeast and
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possibley recieving about 1.50" of rain. snow levels are expected to drop to about 9000 ft. sunday evening, then lower to about 6500 ft. west of flagstaff monday afternoon, and 7500 ft. east of flagstaff. the flagstaff area may recieve about one to two inches of snow monday afternoon and evening. winter driving conditions are expected. southwesterly winds will become breezy monday across the state. daytime highs will also take a tumble monday afternoon. look for lows sunday morning in the 50s and 60s for metro phoenix. highs will be in the upper 70s sunday afternoon. for monday, morning lows will be in the 50s with highs in the upper 60s. this storm system is a fast mover, so sunshine will return to arizona tuesday. daytime highs in the valley will remain in the upper 60s tuesday afternoon before sunshine and highs in the 70s
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holiday week. the arizona cardinals can't buy a vowel or use a lifeline. they'll get no winning options from wayne brady or drew carey. big red has to cloudy skies are in the forecast for sunday before a pacific storm system moves into arizona. subtropical moisture ahead of the storm is pumping into the state from the south. this is producing clouds and virga, or rain that evaporates before it hits the surface, during the morning and early afternoon hours. humidity is also increasing. by 2 p.m. sunday, we're bringing rain chances into the metro phoenix forecast. widespread rain is likert through mid-morning monday. a half inch of rain is possible for valley communities, with the mountains northeast and northwest of metro phoenix possibley recieving about 1.50" of rain. snow levels are expected to drop to about 9000 ft. sunday evening, then lower to about 6500 ft. west of flagstaff monday afternoon, and 7500 ft. east of flagstaff. the flagstaff area may recieve about one to two inches of snow monday afternoon and evening. winter driving conditions are expected. southwesterly winds will become breezy monday across the state. daytime highs will also take a tumble monday afternoon. look for lows sunday morning in the 50s and 60s for metro phoenix. highs will be in the upper 70s sunday afternoon. for monday, morning lows will be in the 50s with highs in the upper
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to arizona tuesday. daytime highs in the valley will remain in the upper 60s tuesday afternoon before sunshine and highs in the 70s round out the rest of the
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still much more to come ... next a great way to "try" out an expensive christmas tech gift... before you buy it... and later in the show... -- at 7;15 meet a valley teenager "making a difference" in his neighborhood. ... he's already getting noticed by a national company. -- at 7;45 find out where the jobs are ...and what the hot companies are to ait -- then at 7:50 our home depot expert is getting "crafty" today... showing us a cool centerpiece that you still have
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the hottest christmas gifts are always the coolest...newest gadgets... but they're getting more and more expensive and how do you know those gifts will go over well? gary harper says there's a new way to check out some of the cool electroic toys... wkithout acutally buying them. . harper we discovered why buy... when you can rent. it's a fraction of the cost and more and more consumers are doing it yijia wang loves trying out the latest in high tech. so she decided to shoot her best friend's wedding. using a drone! "i can get some very astonishing shots."
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dollars. plus, she knew she wouldn't use it often. so yijia found a gadget rental website.where she could grab a drone for a month for under a hundred dollars. "you just need to order the drone; it's delivered to you." from drones and phones to cameras and computers. the idea of renting gadgets is catching on with consumers. in some cases, you can rent- to-own. bridget carey is a tech expert with c-net-dot-com. "a lot of us maybe are tight on cash, or afraid to put down a lot of money for a gadget when things are rented from a site called "grover". we tried a different site called lumoid. first, we picked out an ipad and camera kit. a three-day rental cost 57-dollars plus a 12-dollar damage waiver. we had to give a lot of identifying information, and pay a refundable deposit in case we trashed the toys. they arrived on time, and, after playing with them, we shipped them back and the deposit was immediately refunded. "this makes a lot of sense for something that is several hundred dollars, but you're not
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actually want to commit to it." but, carey says, consumers need to be sure to read the fine print. "look at the policies, look at the fees. if there's any damages, or even a scratch, are you liable?" and, consumers should always wipe any personal information or images before returning a rental. "you can't just trust the company to handle all of that for you when you return it. you should take some responsibility." yijia was cautious.but treasures her drone footage. "i'm actually thinking about, ya know, buying one." gary harper, 3 on your side still ahead.. a doctor says she's lucky she carries some knives around with her. they helped her save a baby within moments of dying. and the battle for the best buy on black friday has already begun. but why? researchers at asu will be paying close attention to the phnomenon
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cloudy skies are in the forecast for sunday before a pacific storm system moves into arizona. subtropical moisture ahead of the storm is pumping into the state from the south. this or rain that evaporates before it hits the surface, during the morning and early afternoon hours. humidity is also increasing. by 2 p.m. sunday, we're bringing rain chances into the metro phoenix forecast. widespread rain is likely starting sunday evening and continuing through mid-morning monday. a half inch of rain is possible for valley communities, with the mountains northeast and northwest of metro phoenix possibley recieving about 1.50" of rain. snow levels are expected to drop to about 9000 ft. sunday evening, then lower to about 6500 ft. west of flagstaff monday afternoon, and
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may recieve about one to two inches of snow monday afternoon and evening. winter driving conditions are expected. southwesterly winds will become breezy monday across the state. daytime highs will also take a tumble monday afternoon. look for lows sunday morning in the 50s and 60s for metro phoenix. highs will be in the upper 70s sunday afternoon. for monday, morning lows will be in the 50s with highs in the upper 60s. this storm system is a fast mover, so sunshine will return to arizona tuesday. daytime highs in the valley will remain in the upper 60s tuesday afternoon before sunshine and highs in the 70s round out the rest of the holiday week.
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without a trace... at the age of 13. but her family wants to keep her memory alive.. in hopes of solving what happened to her.. all those years ago. lauren reimer has their story. 37:15 "i little knew that afternoon god would call your name. in life i loved you dearly, in death i do the same." surrounded by friends.. by the glow of candlelight.. .those who knew brandy myers are gathering to remember her for the very first time. 53:11 "we never had any services or anything for my sister, it was just like she disappeared and that was it." myers vahished from the in 1992. 1:20 "she was really always just kind of silly. never serious just silly." her last known location.. just so happened to be the same street. believed serial killer bryan miller also lived. miller was arrested last year after police say dna evidence linked him to two other killings. those two women were found murdered around the same time myers disappeared. police tied miller to brandy's case and asked he be charged with her murder.. but prosecutors said there just wasn't enough evidence. the girl's family.. now making another attempt to raise awarenes. hoping someone might know what happened to her. 51:15 "we're just now
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her and it's been well over 20 years, so come forward with that information. please don't sit on it until your deathbed, come forward and give us some peace." on it until your deathbed, come forward and give us some peace." "miller" is still awaiting trial for those other two murders. he has maintained his innocence. firefighters from scottsdale and phoenix worked to rescue a woman.. from a house fire. fire crews say they found the woman.. inside the home..near 67th street and presidio road. she was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. crews were able to keep the flames from spreading.. and
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save 90-percent of the home. no word on what caused that fire. silent witness has several unsolved crimes they need your help with. and in some of the cases.. video of the alleged perpetrators.. might help. look at this.... crystal clear video catches a crook in the act. this woman is using a stolen credit card. she buys what appears to be a couple bags of chips and a drink. here's another female suspect also using a stolen card buying jugs of milk. and a third suspect.. this one... a man with a tattoo on his right hand using a stolen card. all the credit cards came from one place. someone broke into a car in a parking garage at 4th street and indian school between october 5th and 6th and stole the victim's wallet and credit cards. within 24 hours, the cards were used at a walmart in glendale, circle k and cvs in phoenix. in another case... police are looking for who killed 21-year old aaron white. phoenix
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van buren on sunday november 6th. when they arrived they found white dead from multiple gunshot wounds. police are looking for the killer. and another murder yet to solve. this woman--- 39 year old sabrina rollins--- was found dead near the intersection of 107th avenue and southern in tolleson. she was believed to be homeless and went by the nickname star. if you have any information in any of these three cases... call silent witness at 480-witness. you could get a cash reward. jc, 3-tv senator john mccain is against changes to interrogation techniques.. mccain very pointedly saying he is warning president-elect donald trump.. not to reinstate "waterboarding." take a listen. "if they started waterboarding , i swear to you there's a whole bunch of who'd have them in court in a new york minute. and there's no judge in
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wouldn't say they're in violation of the law. because it's a - specifically in law now prohibited. so i don't give a damn what the president of the united states wants to do." during his campaign, the president-elect said he would push to change hte laws that ban waterboarding . but mccain insists... it doesn't work. the senator was tortured as a p-o-w.. during the vietnam war. we've all seen those videos.. where black friday start throwing punches. but researchers at a-s-u think they know why people get so violent.. just to save a few bucks. lauren reimer explains.. it has to do.. with the type of advertising. (nats screaming) fistfights.. stampedes.. and in some rare cases.. deaths. (nats) black friday has earned a violent reputation.. because of scenes like these. (nats fights) 4:34:19 "we've been seeing this sort of violence on black friday, which is essentially a shopping oriented holiday, for 10 years, more than that. every year it seems like there's more and more of these examples." asu researcher. kirk kristofferson . wanted to
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what is setting these shoppers off. 4:34:34 "this would be easier to understand if this was a disaster situation and we were fighting for the last loaf of bread. but that's not the case. these are luxury items." his team showed people different advertisement s. one. told of a sale with limited quantity.. just like a black friday deal. he..then instructed them to used a vending machine. 4:37:40 "we rigged the machine to jam." those who had seen the limited quantity ad.. reacted more aggressively. . 4:38:03 "they hit it more times, their level of assault was significantly higher." :4:47:08 "there were females that shook it off its stilts, they also found people's testosterone levels spiked after exposure.. to black friday ads. 4:44:23 "we were really rp interesting to see just how
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people are less aggressive when there's a time limit.. like from six-a-m to noon... as opposed to a set number of items for sale. they think if more stores do that... we could see fewer black friday fights. today is your last chance to check out arizona's largest collection of snow sports gear. the "phoenix ski show.. 2016 avalanche sale" is at the "phoenix convention center." today from 10-a-m to six. yu can get up to 60-percent off snow sports gear and one free lift ticket to arizona snowbowl. thanksgiving is just four days away...and over 50 volunteers are preparing a feast.. for the dogs. it's all part of the third annual "kongs-giving." "bark-nation" and "one love pit bull foundation" make the special dinner for
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turkey, green beans and pumpkin 800 kongs will be stuffed with all the fixings as a special treat for man's best friend. pups at the "arizona humane society" and "maricopa animal care and control" are among the shelters.. that will be receiving these treats. 20 surprises in 20-days... that has been arizona family's they are back with another surprise. it can be tough budgeting for a large family.. even when both parents are working. the surprise squad.. powered by valley toyota dealers.. is bringing smiles to a peoria family.. who could definitely use a break. knock 8:16:31- door starts to open... dissolve to below shot 8:17:02 me: hi girls surprise! 8:18 i'm tess with arizona's family surprise squad and we're here because your sister wrote us a letter about you. amanda carlton/kerril yn's
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married, pregnant, mother of six girls ages 4, 6, 8, 11, 13. 3:21 she juggles early drops offs for the little ones, work, participates in school functions, homework- 5 different grade levels, house cleaning, shopping, preparing meals for a small army and does enough laundry to run a hotel. in may, the washing machine did its final load,3:40 (may need to cut) 3:51 its a crazy house, but full of love and it's spearheaded by a super mom, my sister, kl. 3:57 kl: thats very sweet, thank you.- kiss- (mom holds kerrilyn chavez/mom of 6 girls kl: 4:13 very surprised and very excited. i try to do my best, i love my kids and its nice that somebody noticed 4:22 like for many hard-working families, money is tight, especially with a large family. kl 5:16 it's always a struggle, always a struggle. kl 8 28 we give up alot... but we get so much back with our kids. 8:37 and now, kerrilynn and her
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baby boy. they get through each day with support from their family. kl 7:53 my family is everything to me. (cries) my parents always takes care of us. my husband works so hard for us.he works so hard 8:06 (cut out some of bite here, pick up at:) 8:19 they're what matters me: 8:25:58 your family thinks you're deserving of a lot. and arizona's family surprise squad thought the very same thing when we got that wonderful letter from your sister. 8:26:06 8:27:22 me: so you probably don't have a lot of boy things pink or purple, me: that's why az's family ss is here... to bring you a couple of things to make life a little better and to honor you 10:05 nats: daughter giggles kl: awww, yay! oh, look how cute (cover with jim walking in baby gifts) 8:28:03 me: diapers to get your started, a pack and play which your dad said you didn't have yet for a baby boy. kl: i didn't, i don't. thank you so much! (nats of girls excited over baby clothes) 8:28:51 me: so those are clothes, goes til age 9 months to get you started on some 11:15 oh, that's so awesome! nats all: and another laundry basket! laughs- those are needed! 8:29:41 me: and we hear that you're really helpful with mommy right now. so guess what? we wanted to do something for you guys! girls: what?? here we go.. another surprise... 8:29:58 me: you guys get a very special day courtesy of the wild life world zoo and aquarium girls scream they've created this basket for you, you've got tickets for the whole family 8:30:36 me:dillons also
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the aquarium there- (nats girls react) the surprise squad's not done yet.. for months, kerriyln has been doing laundry everyday at her parent's home or borrowing friend's machines. 8:33:43 me: thanks to more community partners like home depot and lg, you have a brand new washer and dryer. kl: 16:11 hi! i've never had a new washer and dryer..cries.. its so pretty 16:29 thank you so much.. (crying) 8:34:14 me: i want to bring in debbie hernandez from home depot and ken with kb appliance who's gonna install it for you. 8:34:38 debbie: we have to thank our partners at lg because they donated this to you with the best wishes for your family. they're top of the line, largest capacity units to hold all the laundry for all your family. :51 17:53 kl: thank you everybody, so much. thank you me: think you could use this? kl: yes! like in 15 minutes!- laughs- 18:00 montage of machines being installed, to full nats with lid closing at 36:41debbie: how cool is that?? nats of ken: 31:57 perfect like a glove nats 32:33 beep of washing machine 38:45 ah! its so pretty.... 40:01 girl: omg its so quiet kl: omg its amazing 41:35 kl:this makes it so much easier 41:57 i never thought i cod 41:03 its going to be a lifesaver. 42:41 i cant ever say thank you enough. 42:47 i know that when i am able, i will sure that i pay
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"kerrilyn" is now on bedrest.. waiting for the arrival of baby "noah." and we are so glad the surprise squad could help out this hard-working family. a big thank you to the arrowhead location of
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for helping to make this suprise happen. ever get a song "stuck" in your head? you know, the song you might not like but still find yourself humming even after it's off the radio? they call them "earworms"...ne xt... research may now know why some songs "stick" with you more than others. and ... is it going around your office yet? cooler weather... kids in school... get out the and sanitizer out... it seems everybody's sick with something!
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you think denny's new pancakes are only for breakfast? well denny's new pancakes don't obey the laws of time. look at them, they don't even obey the laws of gravity. denny's all-new fluffier, tastier, better pancakes. day or night. ??? always thrilling.
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thousands of people are biking thru tempe today.... of course...they'r e also running and swimming as well. they're taking part of the yearly ironman competition... karla's there where streets are blocked... detours set
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says, " ." " if you haven't already.it's time to make hand-sanitizer your best friend. that's because our roller coaster ride of temperatures.from hot to cold. is contributing to more of us getting sick." :52--:56 "colds and sore throats. we are seeing a little bit of strept throat going around." and those germs are spreading. 1:281:30 "we've been seeing a lot of infections bronchitis." doctor michael nunez, famy colder weather is partly to blame for weakening our immune systems. producing a habitat for cold viruses to reproduce. and keeping us indoors and in contact with every cough and sneeze from coworkers, classmates and friends. if you feel like you're getting sick.nunez says--stay home! 3:243:33 "so that you prevent your entire office from becoming ill, spreading it to your coworkers. they tend to not like you when you're coughing in their workspace anyway. so when should you see a doctor? 4:35--4:42 "you start coughing up a lot of mucus, you're having trouble breathing, severe body aches, headaches." if you think you have the flu.dr. nunez says it's even more important to get an antibiotic within the first 2 days of symptoms.wai ting any longer.and the flu will just have to run its course. in phoenix, i'm
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phoenix, i'm meteorologist kim quintero. cloudy skies are in the forecast for sunday before a pacific storm system moves into arizona. subtropical moisture ahead of the storm is pumping into the state from the south. this is producing clouds and virga, or rain that evaporates before it hits the surface, during the morning and early afternoon hours. humidity is also increasing. by 2 p.m. sunday, we're bringing rain chances into
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rain is likely starting sunday evening and continuing through mid-morning monday. a half inch of rain is possible for valley communities, with the mountains northeast and northwest of metro phoenix possibley recieving about 1.50" of rain. snow levels are expected to drop to about 9000 ft. sunday evening, then lower to about 6500 ft. west of flagstaff monday afternoon, and 7500 ft. east of flagstaff. the flagstaff area may recieve about one to two inches of snow monday afternoon and evening. winter driving conditions are expected. southwesterly winds will become breezy monday across the state. daytime highs will also take a tumble monday afternoon. look for lows sunday morning in the 50s and 60s for metro phoenix. highs will be in the upper 70s sunday afternoon. for monday, morning lows will be in the 50s with highs in the upper 60s. this storm system is a fast mover, so sunshine will return
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in the upper 60s tuesday afternoon before sunshine and
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you think denny's new pancakes are only for breakfast? well denny's new pancakes don't obey the laws of time. look at them, they don't even obey the laws of gravity. denny's all-new fluffier, tastier, better pancakes.
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>> pauley: good morning. i'm jane pauley and this is a special edition of "sunday morning." it's our annual food issue. our invitation to eat, drink and be merry. eating and drinking are easier and merrier when there isn't that pesky shopping to do first

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